This week's Billboard Rock Songs chart features two debuts in the Top 10, which means that Papa Roach and the Dirty Heads must take their bows and exit the stage. In their place are two Canadian units -- one a chart veteran, the other a bunch of fresh-faced newbies.
My Darkest Days are a new band out of Canada that just released their self-titled debut. "Porn Star Dancing" is their first single to crack the Top Ten.
Forty weeks after making its first appearance on the Rock Songs chart, Phoenix's "Lisztomania" holds steady for a second straight week at No. 9. The band's most recent record, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix, was just certified gold, the French group's first album to do so.
After it looked like nothing could stop "Love-Hate-Sex-Pain," the Godsmack single has finally experienced a bit of a chart slowdown. The single off The Oracle drops one place this week.
For nearly two months now, Stone Sour have had the No. 1 song on the Billboard Rock Songs chart. The lead single from Audio Secrecy didn't record significant gains in sales and airplay this week, however, which suggests that their reign may soon be coming to an end.